pharmacy

 

Welcome to OSU Medical Center's Pharmacy Residency Program!

Our goal for you as an OSUMC resident is to teach you to independently function as a clinical pharmacist upon graduation. Our experienced preceptors are dedicated to your training and will facilitate your learning during your time as a resident.

Since the pharmacy residency program’s initiation in 2011, OSUMC graduates approximately two residents per year. Many of our residency graduates have gone on to complete PGY-2 specialty residencies in a variety of settings including ambulatory care, internal medicine, cardiology, critical care, and HIV. Others have stayed at OSUMC to work as clinical pharmacists, or have been successful at finding clinical pharmacy jobs.

Department of Pharmacy Vision

The Oklahoma State University Medical Center’s department of pharmacy is dedicated to providing high quality pharmacy services that result in optimal medication outcomes. We are committed to meeting or exceeding the needs of our patients and customers by providing efficient, caring, professional and cost-effective services in an environment that encourages excellence, teamwork, innovation and continuous improvement.

Programs available:


PGY1 Pharmacy Practice Residency

Residency Program Director

John Bury
PharmD, BCPS, MBA

Director of Pharmacy and PGY-1 Residency Director
Phone: (918) 599-5565
jbury@osumc.net

Interests: emergency medicine, family medicine, IT, management

Rotations: institutional pharmacy, orientation, research, administration

We are excited about your interest in our program. Next residency year is going to be a great year as we continue to expand pharmacy's services in our medical center. Our program has been in place since 2011 and we have had some outstanding residents that we have been able to train. Out of our twelve graduates, six have gone on to complete PGY-2 specialty residencies, three have been retained, and the others have all been successful in finding clinical pharmacy jobs.

Our residency is structured to provide a strong foundation in internal medicine and also has a focus in the treatment of outpatient HIV patients and in teaching/precepting. We have the unique ability to provide teaching opportunities for our residents to a variety of different healthcare professionals including: pharmacy students, medical students, and medical residents. Our pharmacy residents work closely with the medical residents at our institution and this collaborative environment serves to enhance the learning of both parties.

As you continue with your search for which residency program you feel you would match up with best, I would encourage you to think about what you would like to gain out of a residency program and what your long term goals are. We offer a variety of unique experiences but may not fit with what your goals may be. Feel free to contact myself or other preceptors or residents so that we can answer any questions you may have about the program. Residency is where you will spend the next year of your life in intense training and you want to be sure you are at a place that is a good fit for you. Thanks again for your interest.

Resident Contact Information

Please email John Bury for our current PGY1 residents’ contact information.

About the PGY1 Residency Program

Accreditation Status: ASHP Accredited

Residency Program Director, John Bury, PharmD, BCPS, MBA
Director of Pharmacy, and 744 West 9th Street
Program Contact: Tulsa, OK 74127
jbury@osumc.net
Phone: (918) 599-5565
Fax: (918) 599-1741

Residency Information:
Duration: 12 months
Number of Residents: 2
Application Deadline: January 11, 2019
Start Date: July 1
Estimated Stipend: $47,476
Onsite Interview Required: Yes

Residency Special Features: Required experiences include adult medicine, family medicine, emergency medicine, critical care, ambulatory care, cardiology, and institutional pharmacy practice. A longitudinal rotation at an HIV clinic is also required. In addition, all residents will complete a research project and present that research at a meeting. Elective options include, but are not limited to, HIV medicine, infectious disease, nephrology, and administration. Residents function as clinical pharmacists at OSU Medical Center and affiliated OSU Physicians practice sites.

Fringe Benefits: 10 personal days, 5 holiday days, shared cost benefits package (health, dental, vision, life, AD&D, and LTD insurance), time and support to attend at least one residency conference, and other educational materials.

Special Requirements for Acceptance: Pharm.D., academic transcript, curriculum vitae, three letters of recommendation, state of Oklahoma pharmacy license. Apply online with PhORCAS.

PGY1 Example Rotation Schedule

Monthly Rotations Resident A Resident B
July Institutional Research
August Internal Medicine 1 Family Medicine
September ICU 1 Internal Medicine 1
October Family Medicine Infectious Disease
November Infectious Disease Internal Medicine Clinic
December Research Institutional
January Emergency Medicine ICU1
February ICU 2 Emergency Medicine
March Internal Medicine Clinic Internal Medicine 2
April Internal Medicine 2 Elective**
May Elective** ICU 2
June Selective** Selective**
Longitudinal Experience
Continuity Clinic (HIV Clinic) Monday, Wednesday pm Tuesday, Thursday pm

*Schedule subject to change based on preceptor and resident preferences

**Electives: Cardiology, nephrology, administration, teaching

***Selective: Repeat a core rotation such as family medicine, emergency medicine, internal medicine clinic

Other PGY1 Resident Responsibilities

Activity Description
Service

Weekends: Every other weekend (clinical and institutional staffing)

 

Pharmacy Management

Staff meetings

P&T: 3rd Thursday @ 7:00am

Medication case management

Research

OSU IRB training

Presentation at ASHP, OOA, or OSU-CHS Research Symposiums

Teaching

Wed - Pharmacy Book Club 7:00am (BCPS Review Course)

Lecture schedule: Every other week (to FM/IM students)

Grand Rounds: Every Tuesday 7am (option to present one in April-June time frame)

Co-precepting of pharmacy students

Physician/nursing education/in-services as needed

 


PGY2 Internal Medicine Pharmacy Residency

Residency Program Director

Erica Martin
PharmD, BCPS

Clinical Coordinator

emartin@osumc.net

Therapeutic Interests: ICU, infectious diseases, internal medicine, informatics

Rotations: cardiology, nephrology, internal medicine

We are excited about your interest in our program. Next residency year is going to be a great year as we continue to expand pharmacy's services in our medical center. Our program has been in place since 2011 and we have had some outstanding residents that we have been able to train. Out of our twelve graduates, six have gone on to complete PGY-2 specialty residencies, three have been retained, and the others have all been successful in finding clinical pharmacy jobs.

Our residency is structured to provide a strong foundation in internal medicine and also has a focus in the treatment of outpatient HIV patients and in teaching/precepting. We have the unique ability to provide teaching opportunities for our residents to a variety of different healthcare professionals including: pharmacy students, medical students, and medical residents. Our pharmacy residents work closely with the medical residents at our institution and this collaborative environment serves to enhance the learning of both parties.

As you continue with your search for which residency program you feel you would match up with best, I would encourage you to think about what you would like to gain out of a residency program and what your long term goals are. We offer a variety of unique experiences but may not fit with what your goals may be. Feel free to contact myself or other preceptors or residents so that we can answer any questions you may have about the program. Residency is where you will spend the next year of your life in intense training and you want to be sure you are at a place that is a good fit for you. Thanks again for your interest.

Resident Contact Information

Please email Erica Martin for our current PGY2 residents’ contact information.

About the PGY2 Residency Program

Accreditation Status: ASHP Accredited

Residency Program Director, John Bury, PharmD, BCPS, MBA
Director of Pharmacy, and 744 West 9th Street
Program Contact: Tulsa, OK 74127
emartin@osumc.net
Phone: (918) 599-5565
Fax: (918) 599-1741

Residency Information:
Duration: 12 months
Number of Residents: 2
Application Deadline: January 11, 2019
Start Date: July 1
Estimated Stipend: $47,476
Onsite Interview Required: Yes

Residency Special Features: Required experiences include adult medicine, family medicine, emergency medicine, critical care, ambulatory care, cardiology, and institutional pharmacy practice. A longitudinal rotation at an HIV clinic is also required. In addition, all residents will complete a research project and present that research at a meeting. Elective options include, but are not limited to, HIV medicine, infectious disease, nephrology, and administration. Residents function as clinical pharmacists at OSU Medical Center and affiliated OSU Physicians practice sites.

Fringe Benefits: 10 personal days, 5 holiday days, shared cost benefits package (health, dental, vision, life, AD&D, and LTD insurance), time and support to attend at least one residency conference, and other educational materials.

Special Requirements for Acceptance: Pharm.D., academic transcript, curriculum vitae, three letters of recommendation, state of Oklahoma pharmacy license. Apply online with PhORCAS.


PGY2 Example Rotation Schedule

Monthly Rotations Rotation
July Orientation
August ICU
September ID
October IM
November ER
December IM
January Administration
February IM
March HIV
April IM
May Elective
June Elective
Elective options: ICU, ER, Cardiology, Teaching, Antimicrobial Stewardship, Family Medicine-clinc, Family Medicine-hospital
Longitudinal Experience
Continuity Clinic IM, Research
Service Weekends: Every 4th weekend (institutional staffing)
Pharmacy Management Staff meetings (weekly); P&T: 3rd Thursday @ 7:00am; Medication Safety Committee; Antimicrobial Stewardship
Research OSU IRB Approval; presentation at ASHP, OOA, or OSU-CHS Research Symposium
Teaching Lecture schedule: 2 IM morning reports Pharmacy student journal clubs: Monthly Pharmacy student discussion: Monthly Co-precepting of pharmacy students Nursing education/inservices as needed Recorded pharmacy student lecture

*Schedule subject to change based on preceptor and resident preferences

**Electives: Cardiology, nephrology, administration, teaching

***Selective: Repeat a core rotation such as family medicine, emergency medicine, internal medicine clinic

Other PGY2 Resident Responsibilities

Activity Description
Service

Weekends: Every other weekend (clinical and institutional staffing)

 

Pharmacy Management

Staff meetings

P&T: 3rd Thursday @ 7:00am

Medication case management

Research

OSU IRB training

Presentation at ASHP, OOA, or OSU-CHS Research Symposiums

Teaching

Wed - Pharmacy Book Club 7:00am (BCPS Review Course)

Lecture schedule: Every other week (to FM/IM students)

Grand Rounds: Every Tuesday 7am (option to present one in April-June time frame)

Co-precepting of pharmacy students

Physician/nursing education/in-services as needed


Pharmacy Residency Preceptors

Christina Connel

PharmD, BCPS

Clinical Pharmacist

Christina.connel@okstate.edu

Therapeutic Interests: HIV, hepatitis C

Rotations: longitudinal HIV Specialty Clinic

Jessica Gwartney

PharmD

Clinical Pharmacist

jgobin@osumc.net

Therapeutic Interests: internal medicine, family medicine, infectious disease

Rotation: Internal Medicine

Crystal David

PharmD, BCPS

Clinical Pharmacist

Crystal.David@okstate.edu

Therapeutic Interests: Hepatitis C, family medicine, ambulatory care, transitions of care, diabetes

Rotation: Family Medicine

Austin Hinchey

PharmD

Clinical Pharmacist

ahinchey@osumc.net

Therapeutic Interests: critical care, emergency medicine

Rotation: ICU

Jeremy Johnson

PharmD, BCACP, CDE, BC-ADM

Clinical Pharmacist and Diabetes Specialist

Jeremy.johnson10@okstate.edu

Interests: diabetes, dyslipidemia, hypertension, asthma

Rotations: Internal Medicine Clinic (focus in diabetes)

Minhye Kim

PharmD, BCPS

Clinical Pharmacist

mkim@osumc.net

Therapeutic Interests: internal medicine, ambulatory care

Rotation: internal medicine

Anjly Kunapuli

PharmD

Clinical Pharmacist

akunapuli@osumc.net

Therapeutic Interests: infectious diseases, antibiotic stewardship

Rotation: infectious diseases

Erica Martin

PharmD, BCPS

Clinical Coordinator

emartin@osumc.net

Therapeutic Interests: ICU, infectious diseases, internal medicine, informatics

Rotations: cardiology, nephrology, internal medicine

Kelly Murray

PharmD, BCACP

Clinical Assistant Professor of Clinical Pharmacy

Kelly.murray@okstate.edu

Interests: emergency medicine, diabetes, academia, clinical communication

Rotation: emergency medicine


Where Are They Now

Resident Year Current Position
PGY1 Pharmacy Residency Program – OSU Medical Center, Tulsa, OK
Minhye Kim, PharmD, BCPS 2011-2012 PGY2 Ambulatory Care
Clinical Pharmacist
OSU Medical Center, Tulsa, OK
Lindsey Stratton, PharmD, BCPS 2011-2012 Clinical Pharmacist
Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula, Monterey, CA
Kelsey Lackey, PharmD, BCPS 2012-2013 PGY2 Ambulatory Care
Clinical Pharmacist
Washington Regional Medical Center, Fayetteville, AK
Christina Connel, PharmD, AAHIVP 2012-2013 HIV Clinical Pharmacist
Clinical Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine
OSU Center for Health Sciences, Tulsa, OK
Sarah Martien, PharmD 2013-2014 Outpatient Clinical Pharmacist
Department of Veterans Affairs, Tulsa, OK
Tressa McMorris, PharmD, BCPS 2013-2014 PGY2 Internal Medicine
Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice
Roseman Univ. of Health Science, Salt Lake City, UT
Bryan Bozell, PharmD, BCPS 2014-2015 PGY2 Internal Medicine Pharmacy Resident (current)
OSU Medical Center, Tulsa, OK
Merlin Mathews, PharmD 2014-2015 Clinical Documentation Specialist
Elite Health Services, Houston, TX
Lauren Devine, PharmD, BCPS 2015-2016 PGY2 Cardiology
Cardiology Clinical Pharmacy Specialist
Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, MA
Alexa Vyain, PharmD, AAHIVP 2015-2016 PGY2 HIV / Clinical Pharmacogenetics
Clinical Assistant Professor
University of Houston College of Pharmacy, Houston, TX
Sara Kim, PharmD 2016-2017 PGY2 Critical Care Pharmacy Resident
Clinical Pharmacist
Methodist Dallas Medical Center, Dallas, TX
Cullen Adre, PharmD 2016-2017 Emerging Infections Pharmacist
Tennessee Department of Health, Memphis, TN
Lauren Lees, PharmD 2017-2018 PGY2 Critical Care Pharmacy Resident (current)
Cox Health Systems, Springfield, MO
John Bomkamp, PharmD 2017-2018 PGY2 Infectious Diseases Pharmacy Resident (current)
Indiana University Methodist, Indianapolis, IN
Nasar Ansari, PharmD 2018-2019 (current) PGY1 Practice Residency (current)
OSU Medical Center, Tulsa, OK
Laura Holliday, PharmD 2018-2019 (current) PGY1 Practice Residency (current)
OSU Medical Center, Tulsa, OK